Configure User Directory High Availability

You can perform the User Directory Load Balancing and Failover group configuration either on the CA Identity Manager side or on the CA SSO side.
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You can perform the User Directory Load Balancing and Failover group configuration either on the CA Identity Manager side or on the CA SSO side.
 
 
Configure Load Balancing and Failover on the CA Identity Manager Side 
 
Follow these steps:
 
  1. Open the exported 
    directory.xml
     file for editing.   
  2. In the 
    Provider Information
     section, add a 
    Connection
     tag for the Load Balancing and Failover. In the following code snippet, the text that is highlighted in blue indicates the connection tag for the Load Balancing and Failover.
    <!--Connection provides the information necessary to connect to a LDAP server and optional fail over servers. -->
    <!--1. host - The machine name or IP address of the LDAP server -->
    <!--2. port - (Optional) The port to connect to. Defaults to 389 if not supplied -->
    <!--3. failover - (Optional) A list of servers to use for failover separated by commas. Each server should be formatted as 'server:port' -->
    <Connection host="<host_name1>" port="<port_number of host_name1>" failover="<host_name2>:<port_number of host_name2>"/>
    <Connection host="<host_name2>" port="<port_number of host_name2>" failover="<host_name1>:<port_number of host_name1>"/>
Configure Load Balancing and Failover on the CA SSO Side
To configure Load Balancing and Failover for CA Directory, refer to Configure Load Balancing and Failover for User Directory.